German Security Policy after the Federal Election: Challenges - Capabilities - Strategies
The Center for International Security and Governance and the University Bonn cordially invite you to "German Security Policy after Federal Election. Challenges-Capabilities-Strategies".
Global and regional conflicts, policy uncertainty and diverging visions of a future world order contribute to a growing demand for strategic foresight and planning in foreign and security policy. Germany has acknowledged its need for clearly defined policy goals and a strict prioritization of available resources to fulfill its commitment to take on more responsibility in world affairs. After the German Federal election in September 2017, the nation at the heart of Europe will have to step up to its leadership challenge: How should Germany pursue and implement the goals and principles of German foreign and security policy as defined in the 2016 White Book? The Second Bonn Security Forum, hosted by the CISG and the American Institute for Contemporary German Studies (AICGS), will address the central challenges and threats to the liberal world order, analyze the tools, resources and structures for effective German, European and Transatlantic foreign and security policy, and discuss comprehensive strategic approaches.
More information on the conference: http://cisg-bonn.com/2017/09/international-security-forum-2017/
AICGS - American Institute for Contemporary German Studies
DGAP - Deutsche Gesellschaft für Auswärtige Politik
Amerika Haus e.V. NRW
U.S. Consulate General Düsseldorf
Ort: Center for International Security and Governance, Heussallee 18-24, 53113 Bonn
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